Rack Magazine

Entries for March 2017

Peepless in Kansas

Peepless in Kansas

By Trevor Lumadue

The perfect hit doesn’t always leave the perfect trail. I returned from Iraq to Fort Riley, Kan., two years ago, just in time to buy a deer tag and jump into the second week of the 2009 archery season. I didn’t want to bumble into other guys’ well established honey holes, but I had no idea where to start. This meant I would be str... READ MORE

Daddy Sang Tenor

Daddy Sang Tenor

By Mike Handley

This Kentucky Hunter Discovers His Own So-You-Can-Rest Medicine. Michael Rothman knows cold. So convinced that, no matter how early his arrival, he was spooking deer out of a cornfield en route to his shooting house, the deer hunter from Bonnieville, Ky., decided to just spend the night in the box blind. It wasn’t as if there were a Scotty, a... READ MORE

The 13th Stand

The 13th Stand

By Marilyn Weber

With a half-hour of daylight remaining on the first Sunday in October 2008, Missouri archer Jim Shatto was about to draw on a 150-class whitetail. “As I readied my bow, the buck jerked up its head and stood perfectly still, staring into the bean field to its right,” Jim recalled. “I followed its gaze, and that’s when I spott... READ MORE

Twice Nocked on the Third Knock

Twice Nocked on the Third Knock

By Mike Handley

Opportunity knocked three times in one evening before this Iowa bowhunter was able to put two arrows through one of 2008’s finest bucks. It took a couple of nocks, literally, but Steve Binkley of Lamoni, Iowa, received his Halloween treat four days early in 2008. Even after Steve’s first arrow drove home, the buck he shot on Oct. 27 too... READ MORE

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